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Gemalto Launches Multi-Link Network Encryptor

CN8000 multi-link encryptor delivers ten 10Gbps aggregated encryption meeting the data security needs of enterprises

Gemalto released SafeNet Multi-Link High Speed Encryptor (HSE) solution that provides the equivalent of 10 by 10 Gbps high-speed encryptors in one unit. With a total encrypted bandwidth of 100 Gbps, the CN8000 helps enterprises and service providers protect sensitive data transmitted across their increasingly large-scale data networks. It enables organizations to encrypt multiple network links and more traffic while providing unparalleled performance and security for organizations that operate large-scale, high-capacity networks.

SafeNet CN8000 enables cost-effective implementation of high-speed encryption across more network links – protecting their sensitive data from interception without compromising their networks’ speed and performance
the CN8000’s ten 10 Gbps multi-link design includes an important multiple tenancy feature, which provides flexibility benefits to organizations that require separating specific sensitive data and network links. It utilizes embedded quantum random number generation to guarantee high-quality randomness for protection against targeted crypto-attacks.

“With cyber-attacks being a question not of ‘if’ but ‘when’, companies need to think about best practice data protection – without breaking the bank,” said Todd Moore, vice president of product management Encryption Products at Gemalto. “Our high speed encryption offering enables customers to protect their data in motion by attaching security directly to the data itself. We can protect sensitive data from surveillance and overt and covert interception at an affordable cost, ensuring it is effectively useless should it fall into unauthorized hands at the same time helping customers reducing their encryption footprint.”

“The new SafeNet high-density CN8000 HSE solution uses quantum mechanics to help ensure secure communications, providing encryption keys based on the inherent and provable randomness of quantum processes to ensure extra protection for the data in motion,” said Gregoire Ribordy, CEO at ID Quantique.

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